If you use white (or a light colored sheet) when you dim it, the sheet shows as being bright when it is in night mode and it is difficult to see your child. Not to the point of not seeing anything, it just is not where I thought it would be. The pan and tilt is good, zoom is great, only had two connection issues that caused me to re-sync both of the cameras, and the screen size could use to be a touch bigger. All in all it is not a bad choice in the least, it is great and has a really good range ( I have plaster walls and it has no issues). But I would have liked something with a higher resolution for it as well. I used to use an Arlo Q for it, but keeping it up on a Kindle Fire or Ipad causes it to lag out to around 8-12 seconds on average, Hear crying, look at the monitor, wait, wait some more, and then see movement. The other issue I saw was battery. For some reason it would not hold a charge if I was using either an Anker wall charger or Samsung, but their wall charger is 5w so that worked fine. But keeping it attached to a PowerCore 10000 or PoweCore Speed 20000 didn't allow it to hold a charge. It does have a nice scan feature to hop back and forth every 10 seconds between the two cameras, and you can independently zoom in on one and have the other be zoomed out when it scans.
This is with the light setting as higher, which is good for sitting on the couch while they sleep, not so much for being on a nightstand as it is blinding.
This is with it having the light setting to low when we are going to sleep